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In sucrose two monosaccharide units are linked to each other by a bond called

$(a)\;peptide\;linkage\qquad(b)\;beta\;-04-aryl\;linkages\qquad(c)\;glycosidic\;linkage\qquad(d)\;Ester\;linkage$

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Answer : glycosidic linkage
Explanation :
Sucrose is composed of $\;\alpha -\;$ D- glucose and $\;\beta-\;$ D-fructose . These units are held together by $\;\alpha\;,\beta\;$ - glycosidic linkage between e , of the unit and $\;c_{e}\;$ of the fructose unit .
answered Mar 15, 2014 by yamini.v
 
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